Tulsi or Holy Basil is a sacred medicinal plant from India that has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years and impressively helps health.
Scientific studies have confirmed its properties in prolonging life and preventing disease.
Rich in minerals, iron, calcium, vitamin K and A, it contains magnesium, manganese and potassium.
It is an adaptogen helping the body and mind to deal with physical, emotional and chemical stress.
It strengthens the immune system and prevents aging, fights infections from viruses, bacteria, fungi and allergic substances, as well as infections and diseases of the respiratory system.
It promotes balance and health of the brain, kidneys and heart, helps good circulation, reduces cholesterol and acidity, and balances blood sugar.
It is an excellent herb for the whole family, it is an ancient practice in India to drink Tulsi tea to prevent colds and flu and in cases of fever.
In India it is also known for alleviating problems associated with menstruation and pregnancy in women.
Its properties are quite recognised in India where it is venerated, they plant it and also use it in temples and homes.
It is recommended to have at home and to devotees in prayer necklaces as it is given the ability to purify and cleanse the energies around you and be a miraculous sacred plant.
Mix in teas, cereals, smoothies, juices, soups, desserts and sauces.
Recommended maximum daily dosage: 4g (2 teaspoons). It is recommended to take 2g of Tulsi twice a day in teas for example for an effective preventive effect, in cases of treatments with Tulsi the dose should be increased.
Example for a recipe with Tulsi – Tulsi Tea:
Heat 1/2 liter of water in a coffee maker and add 1 teaspoon of powdered Tulsi.
When it starts to boil, turn off the heat and add 1/2 teaspoon of powdered stevia to sweeten it.
To preserve the freshness of this product:
Avoid exposure to heat.
Avoid direct exposure to sunlight.
Remove all existing air before closing the package.
Close the bag securely after use.
Store in a cool, dry place.
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